Thursday 23 April 2020

Be Ready for Frustration and Anger after Covid-19

Be Ready for Frustration and Anger after Covid-19
Man is a social animal and it is its nature to socialize in order to fulfill the social need of an individual. During this lockdown, this need is not being fulfilled as social distancing is the need of the hour. Once the lockdown is lifted all the anger and frustration of people will be outraged. People have suffered huge losses due to this pandemic. There have been billions of dollars lost in the run from Covid-19. Everyone will be hungry enough to make up for all the money they lost in the past few months. All the frustration and anger will be evident enough. It is very important for everyone to be sane and understand it was the need of the hour. People should try to keep calm and practice meditation to avoid any situation of tension, anger or anxiety. It is important for a business to run back at normal pace in order to lift up the economy but it is equally important for people to work with a positive mindset to give their best. It's normal for people to experience a wide range of thoughts, feelings and reactions including:
  • Feeling stressed or overwhelmed
  • Anxiety, worry, or fear
  • Racing thoughts
  • Sadness, tearfulness, loss of interest in usual enjoyable activities
  • Physical symptoms, such as increased heart rate, stomach upset, fatigue, or other uncomfortable sensations
  • Frustration, irritability, or anger
  • Restlessness or agitation
  • Feeling helpless
  • Difficulty concentrating or sleeping
  • Feeling disconnected from others
  • Apprehension about going to public spaces
  • Trouble relaxing
These experiences are all understandable in the face of this significant challenge. There has been loss of life, rapid changes to our way of life (e.g., study, work, social gatherings), and disrupted plans due to travel restrictions and social (physical) distancing measures in our efforts to slow the spread of transmission. People are naturally concerned for their own and their loved ones’ health and safety. There is still much uncertainty. It’s important to recognize the seriousness of the public health challenge facing our community, and be mindful that reacting from a place of panic and fear is usually unhelpful, especially in the long-term. Looking after our wellbeing in times like this can help to reduce stress, and is crucial in enabling us to still take calm and effective action in the midst of this global crisis. Hence it will be better that people come back with a positive attitude to give their best to their work and economy.

Srishti Malkotia  [BBA Aviation] 
Manager Aviation 
AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd
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